BOLOGNA, Italy – The same Google street view technology that lets you explore your neighborhood can now put you in the driver’s seat of an Italian supercar.
On Wednesday, Lamborghini launched the indoor view of its two-story museum in Sant’Agata Bolognese, Italy.
Google street view: Museo Lamborghini
The museum, which opened in 2001, attracts thousands of motor enthusiasts each year from all corners of the world.
Now, instead of traveling halfway across the globe, users can explore the more than 4,500-square-foot building that houses the Miura, Countach, Diablo and Formula 1 race cars.
You can even take a virtual seat behind the wheel of some of Lamborghini’s most iconic automobiles that date back to the company's move from tractor builder to racecar pioneer in 1963.